referring to (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill) (Photo: Mark J. Terrill, AP)After a day with two golds and a silver, the Louisville Cardinals women’s swimming and diving team took third place at the ACC women’s swimming and diving championships in Atlanta.
Andrea Cottrell took gold in the 200-breast with a time of 2:06.90.
Jessica Hardy, left, leads Andee Cottrell, right, during the women’s 100-meter breaststroke preliminaries at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials, Monday, June 27, 2016, in Omaha, Neb.
The only silver for Louisville went to the 400-free relay team made up of Lainey Visscher, Comerford, Nastja Govejsek and Casey Fanz with a time of 3:12.12.
Mallory Comerford took first in the 100-free with a time of 46.75 seconds, which is an ACC conference and meet record.
according to WIAA swimming (Photo: Getty Images/)SWIMMINGThe 12th-ranked University of Wisconsin women’s swimming and diving team was second following the second day of the Big Ten Championships in West Lafayette, Ind.
BIATHLONOne year after considering his retirement, Lowell Bailey became the first American biathlete to win a world championships gold medal in Hochfilzen, Austria.
Liz Li of Ohio State won her second consecutive title in the 50 freestyle with a conference-record time of 21.48 seconds.
Worley, the 2013 champion, finished 0.34 seconds ahead of Shiffrin, who was fastest in the second run as warm sunshine softened the snow.
TENNISFourth-seeded Steve Johnson rallied to beat Milwaukee’s Tim Smyczek, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2, in the second round of the Memphis Open.
according to With an expanded group of area state qualifiers — 45 athletes in 36 events — the state meet is the icing on the cake of a great season.
Flour Bluff’s Ammarie Wallett competes in the girls 100 yard freestyle during the Region VIII-5A swim meet at the CCISD Natatorium on Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017.
“For me, the time between regionals and state is nerve-racking because I know I have to prepare for the people that did beat me at regionals.
(Photo: Courtney Sacco)For most swimmers in South Texas, the high school swimming season is aiming toward one goal — peaking at regionals.
Though training has most swimmers aiming for optimal performance at regionals — a full two weeks before state — there are still things to work on heading into state.
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